In order to become a BCS-F, adherence to Board Certification Standards in Fluency, developed by the ABFFD and approved by ASHA’s Council for Clinical Certification (CFCC) Committee on Clinical Specialty Certification (CCSC), must occur.
Once eligible to apply, an application is submitted. Once approved by the ABFFD, a Portfolio demonstrating the ability to apply knowledge and understanding of research and clinical experience in the area of fluency disorders is submitted for review by the ABFFD. Detailed information is located here Standards for Board Certification in Fluency and Fluency Disorders.
Maintenance and Renewal
In order to maintain and renew BCS-F, a series of ASHA approved standards, including continuing education and clinical activity, must be met. More information can be found at Board Certification in Fluency and Fluency Disorders: Maintenance and Renewal.